“The safest destination Max 1 & Max 2 “
In the age of corona, big crowds on the beaches, unbearable heat on land destinations, the safest place is a boat.
- Our boats are regularly disinfected and thoroughly cleaned to enable you a safe and carefree vacation.
- Beautiful and remote locations along the crystal clear Adriatic Sea invite you, your family and friends
- Breathe in security and beauty where it suits you
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Your Max Yacht team
In our MAX Yacht Sukošan fleet there are 2 ships, Mirakul 30 HT, Max 1 and Max 2
MAX 1 2019 year
MAX 2 2020 year
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D-Marin Dalmacija Marina
About the port
D-Marin Dalmacija Marina
The marina provides berths for 1,200 yachts up to 70m LOA, and draft up to 7m as well as the 300 dry dock capacity. It is the perfect superyacht homeport due to its central position, so yachts can access any area of the Adriatic Coast at only one-day cruising distance from the marina.
D-Marin marinas offer tailored solutions and personal touch to its members and guests together with high quality facilities and a number of technical services, converting a yacht parking harbour into a life-style spot.
Marina is easily accessible by boat or car, being only 10 minutes away from international airports Zadar and 60 minutes away from Split airport; it is only few minutes drive to Croatia’s main A1 motorway.
Sukošan is a holiday resort, with a spacious and cultivated long coastline, numerous coves and clean clear sea.
Situated in a bay, Sukošan has few sandy beaches. The town itself offers nice walks through the traditional narrow alleys.
Known as a nautical center, Sukošan is a site of Zlatna luka Marina, D-Marin Marina Dalmacija the Tustica Nature Complex, pebble beaches, camping sites, distinguished buildings, olive groves, and vineyards.
Sukošan cherishes the old customs. They are linked to the feast of St. Kasijan, the patron saint of Sukosan (13 August). The Nights of Sukosan is another event offering entertainment. During the carnival season, “luzari”, masques typical only of Sukosan, represent a special attraction.
Due to its numerous restaurants and taverns, Sukošan is known as a place of drinking wine and singing.
The parish church of St. Kasijan, erected probably in the eleventh century (fragments with pleter motifs – interlacery ornamentation), assumed its present aspect in the seventeenth century. It tends to be open for special occasions, such as August thirteenth, the feast of St Kasijan.
A small church from the seventeenth century rises on the cemetery. Fragments with “pleter” (interlacery ornaments) are incorporated in its door-posts and on the front.
The ruins of the fifteenth-century summer villa of the archbishops of Zadar can be seen on an island in the bay. The earth used to form the base of the villa was dredged from the neighborhood Punta, forming a festering tidal pool, known as Lake Sukošan, or Sukošan Jezero.
The ruins of the medieval fortress erected by the counts of Bribir rise on Cape Bribircina.